Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Yoga for Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is completely a natural occurrence. Most men suffer from the problem at some point. However, premature ejaculation can limit a man's practice of Tantric sex, which involves sustaining lovemaking long enough to build sexual energy to a high level. Desensitizing creams and methods defeat the entire purpose of Tantric sex, which is to enjoy the pleasurable sensations of lovemaking. Yoga is a natural way to develop the body's ability to control ejaculation. The sex yoga poses in this routine can tone your urogenital area, strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and stimulate your prostate gland.

Shoulder stand

Lie on the floor with your arms by your sides and your palms down. Bend your knees towards your chest and press down through your arms and hands until your toes are behind your head. Keep your arms shoulder-width apart and bend your elbows, placing your hands flat on your back. Squeeze your thighs together, making sure your body is even, before straightening the legs. Hold the pose for 30-60 seconds. Release the pose by bending your knees into your chest and rolling your lower back onto the floor, keeping the back of your head on the floor.

Plow pose

Lie on your back and bring your legs straight up in the air towards the ceiling. Keep your arms alongside your body with your palms down. Press into your hands and lift your legs over your head. If your legs do not touch the ground behind you, bring your hands to your back for support. If your feet do touch the ground, clasp your hands together, trying to roll your shoulder blades towards one another. Hold for 30-60 seconds. (You can also go into this pose straight from the shoulder stand.)

Fish pose

Lie down on your back. Place your hands, palms down, under your butt. Bend your elbows and lean on them by pressing them into the floor. Lift your chest up toward the ceiling so that your back is arched. Bring your elbows towards each other. Finally, drop your head back towards the floor behind you. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat.

Bow pose

Lie face down on the floor and bring your hands alongside your body, palms up. Bend your knees and reach back with your hands to grab the tops of the feet. Keeping your legs hip-distance apart, lift your heels up and away from your body, which will pull your chest up off the floor. Keep your shoulder blades down, away from your ears the entire time. Hold for 30 seconds and then release, turning your head to the side. Repeat.

Camel pose

Come up onto your knees. Draw your hands up the side of your body as you start to open your chest. Reach your hands back one at a time to grasp your heels. Bring your hips forward so that they are over your knees. Let your head come back, opening your throat. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat.

Thunderbolt pose

In a seated position, fold the right leg and tuck the sole of the footunder the right buttock. Follow the same for left leg and keep both the knees together. Place the big toes touching the other, spread the feet and sit on them.The spine has to be kept straight. Place the palms on the thighs without bending the elbows. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat.

You should practice this yoga routine at least 5-6 days a week. Although yoga teachers always say to practice first thing in the morning, you will find yourself noticeably more flexible in the afternoon or evening. Don't be discouraged because you can't achieve the extreme positions of some of the poses. Doing them the best you can will still yield most of the benefits.

Practicing yoga for premature ejaculation can have many positive effects on your life However, these yoga poses will not yield immediate results. Yoga for premature ejaculation is in a long-term solution to the cause of the problem. It is not a quick fix, so practice with patience.

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2 comments:

Pete Symes said...

Beautiful and informative as always. Thank you.

Jennifer Lawless said...

Thanks.